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Hydrating Facial Sunscreen Lotion SPF50+ 50mL Tint

$19.75

Hydrating Facial Sunscreen Lotion SPF50+ 50mL Tint

50+ Hydrating Sunscreen Lotion - Tint 50ml
$$19.75

Product Description-

A nourishing facial sunscreen lotion that offers very high sun protection while hydrating the skin to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles leaving skin appearing smooth and radiant.
- Broad spectrum SPF50+ helps prevent premature skin ageing and damage.
- Hydroviton hydrates and plumps the skin to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Vitamin E is known to nourish and soften the skin.

 

Ingredients+

Actives:

Homosalate 10% w/w,
Octocrylene 8% w/w,
Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane 4% w/w,
Octyl Salicylate 4% w/w,
Ethylhexyl Triazone 3% w/w.

How to Apply+

Directions:
Apply to dry, clean skin and rub in 20 minutes before heading outside. On an average sized adult, approximately 35mL should be applied. This is the equivalent of 1 teaspoon of sunscreen to each arm, leg, front of body, back of body and face (including neck and ears).
Use 5 methods of sun protection: PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, EYEWEAR/SUNGLASSES, a BROAD-BRIM HAT and SHADE. Apply sunscreen to remaining exposed areas of skin. Avoid prolonged sun exposure and never rely on sunscreen alone, nor to extend your family's time in the sun.

Important note:
To ensure adequate protection, Cancer Council recommends all sunscreens be re-applied every 2 hours or immediately after swimming, sweating or towel drying.

Caution:
Not suitable for babies under 6 months old. Avoid contact with eyes and broken or damaged skin. If irritation occurs, rinse thoroughly with water, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice if required.

Product Care+

Check and follow the ‘use by' date stated on the packaging and store sunscreen below 30°C.